|Release Date: November 3, 2015|
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"How far can a true submissive romance go? Abby and Nathaniel push their limits as the New York Times bestselling Submissive Series continues.…
She’s ready for even more.…
When Abby West discovered her submissive desires, she felt like she was born anew. But lately, her Dominant husband hasn’t been the demanding Master who once fulfilled her every passion. Abby begins to crave something else—and to wonder if Nathaniel can still push her past her boundaries to the places she craves.
Nathaniel knows that Abby belongs to him completely, but even he can’t ignore the pleasure on her face as they get to know their new BDSM group. They’ve invited Nathaniel to guide their group to a new level, and he’s promised to show them the way, even as he recommits to fulfilling his beautiful submissive wife’s every desire. Only this time, uncovering her sexual limits may also expose their relationship to more conflict than it can withstand.…"
My Thoughts:Every time I pick up a book in this series that focuses on Nathaniel and Abby I'm always slightly worried. I never like seeing a couple who got their happily ever after have to deal with more drama. But at the same time I'm always curious to see how they are doing. I have to say though, Tara Sue Me knows how to give us more without totally destroying a couple we have come to love and I truly appreciate that.
I really loved watching Nathaniel and Abby's relationship grow. Their dynamic is so intriguing and I love that they have continued to get stronger as time has gone on. Their chemistry is still amazing and I just really like how they work together. But as with any relationship, there are always issues and it's interesting to see how they work through them.
I've never been one who has been head over heels for Nathaniel. I like him a lot and I love him for Abby, but I know I would want to punch him a lot (and that's okay, I don't need to love him but I love them together). In this one though he makes a HUGE mistake and surprisingly the way he reacted to that is what made me come to love him more. He screws up big time, but he recognizes that and he finally starts to realize certain things and he owns his mistake. It puts a lot into perspective for him and I loved that he wasn't too big to see past his shortcomings. That really made me admire him. It also showed how these two have made their relationship work. They communicate very well... most of the time at least.
I also liked checking in with our other characters again. Dena and Jeff are adorable and I'll forever love Daniel and Julie. This book also set up Cole and Sasha nicely and I know that dynamic is going to be interesting. Cole is SOOOOOO intense, so that book is going to be crazy.
All in all, The Exhibitionist is another strong addition to the series. This series is one I continue to enjoy and I can't wait to see what happens next.